SOURCE: Beach Marketing, Inc.

May 31, 2011 10:49 ET

Report: Second Hand Smoke Increases Risk of Nicotine Addiction

FORT LAUDERDALE, FL--(Marketwire - May 31, 2011) - Beach Marketing reports on highly debated topics as well as Internet trends. Recently, second hand smoke has been linked to an increased risk of nicotine addiction. Beach Marketing interviewed a website geared towards helping others defeat addictions.

Studies involving laboratory rats have linked second hand smoke to the risk of becoming addicted to nicotine, reports say. An update on a website about overcoming addictions has reacted to the story and posted links to this theory and the global smoking bans that are starting to take place across the world.

According to the website, "The report also says that people who are trying to quit smoking will have a harder time doing so if they surround themselves with second hand smoke."

Besides providing information and resources for overcoming additions to gambling, alcohol, and drugs, the site offers alternatives to addictions to items such as nicotine. A large part of the site is dedicated to electronic cigarette reviews. Electronic cigarettes offer nicotine -- and nicotine-free versions of vapor cigarettes that are becoming extremely popular with consumers. Although they are not "quit smoking devices" these are becoming popular with consumers looking to smoke in places where tobacco smoking is banned.

For more information on the second hand smoking and its link to nicotine addiction, please visit

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